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Go along

Used for listed equity securities. Buy or sell at prices that randomly occur on the floor, participating in what trades the specialist and other players will allow.

Go Along

To buy or sell a security at the price currently being offered or bid. That is, one goes along with a transaction when one takes an offer or bid rather than makes one.
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Note that this statement does not say, "Go along with this effort because it's a hospital priority." Rather, it says, "We think this effort is critical.
This a chance to go along and learn how to repair and maintain your own bike and keep it safe for the road.
CJ Perez, despite converting just five of his 14 field goal attempts, led the Pirates with 14 points to go along with eight rebounds and three steals.
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The club are asking anyone who would like to get involved with the team, either as players, coaches or helpers, to go along.
But they need help in the form of more men willing to go along and dance.
Castle Bromwich Library has issued an open invitation to people to go along and listen to two women talking about their different lives in yesteryear Birmingham.
The question is simple: do people go along with these so-called spokesmen?
Although oil companies like BP and Royal Dutch Shell have begun to acknowledge that fossil fuels are the major source of global warming and are investing in alternative fuels, the industry's giant, Exxon, refuses to go along. Its CEO, Lee Raymond, is firmly opposed to the idea that fossil fuels cause global warming, and to proposals in Congress to cap emissions.
``I decided to go along to the one in Newport because a year before that I had tried to kill myself.
They are encouraging people to go along to either Nuneaton Town Hall or the Bedworth area office and pick up a leaflet on how to enrol in a local allotment society.
reluctance to go along suggests that it might still have its own notions of developing such weapons.